Dash of metallic
In my every day to day life, I love to break the mould. If I feel a sudden desire to skip as I am walking, I skip. If there’s fantastic music playing in a bar whilst everyone is sat down being proper and formal, I would get up and dance. This doesn’t mean I am not aware of social ethics and the fact there’s a time and a place for most things, however it does mean I am unafraid to live and to feel.
It’s so easy it these days to be boxed up, stick with what we know, or not deviate too far out of our comfort zone. I was out shopping with Victoria and she picked up this pair of metallic 7inches platform shoes. I shrieked in horror as the only person I could imagine wearing them was a fashionista pole dancer. Plus I like my shoes practical and moderately comfortable; this shoe was neither of the two. Also judging by the 11 pairs of almost identical black stiletto high heeled shoes in my wardrobe, I wasn’t to be trusted not to pick up another pair of stilettos. Alas, it was time to break the mould.
The shoe tied in the metallic colour of the skirt and the pyramid bag beautifully and gave the outfit a futuristic feel. Lesson learned; life is too short to be pigeon holed especially when it comes to shoe choices. 🙂
Remember, fashion should be individual and not trendy xx